Quick Healthy Recipes from Dr. Jo’s Natural Healing Cookbook

Dr. Jo shows you how to create a beautiful scrumptious healthy meal along with breakfast and lunch. Enjoy this meat- broccoli-veggie meal which is great for anyone on a heart disease diet,…
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8 thoughts on “Quick Healthy Recipes from Dr. Jo’s Natural Healing Cookbook

  1. Dr. Bessie Jo Tillman April 27, 2015 at 4:24 am - Reply

    @Cummnz Yes, small amounts of brown rice are ok. If you look at the eating
    plan in Dr. Jo’s Natural Healing Cookbook, you will see that each meal has
    a balance of protein, fat and carbohydrates with about 1/4 cup each of a
    protein source, 1/4 cup whole non-gluten grain or bean, 1/4 cup root
    vegetable and 1/4 cup each of 5 different colored vegetables. These make a
    beautiful delicious, balanced meal. Of course, each person can adjust this
    eating plan to what works best for her body.

  2. Dr. Bessie Jo Tillman April 27, 2015 at 4:43 am - Reply

    Since I don’t know how you are eating now and I don’t know the specifics of
    your problem, I am unable to determine if changing your diet will help you.
    However, for most people who eat the standard American Diet (SAD),
    switching to a healthy eating plan makes a huge difference in the long run.
    Usually other causes if a disease process need to be addressed as well. For
    more info on my websites, google Bessie Jo Tillman, MD

  3. Dr. Bessie Jo Tillman April 27, 2015 at 5:24 am - Reply

    Dr. Page coached many people through healing by having them eat only meat
    and vegetables and non-gluten grains for the first 8 weeks of their healing
    program. His patients achieved remarkable healing results. So I developed
    his eating plan as my lifestyle way of eating to reverse my Candida
    overgrowth. Then I helped many of my patients recover too by writing Dr.
    Jo’s Natural Healing Cookbook to make eating fun, delicious, beautiful and
    very creative! Dr. Jo

  4. Dr. Bessie Jo Tillman April 27, 2015 at 5:42 am - Reply

    The intellectus 424 diet looks like the Diet Solution to me. From the video
    it appears to be a good eating plan. Dr. Jo

  5. Dr. Bessie Jo Tillman April 27, 2015 at 6:15 am - Reply

    @Cummnz Yes, small amounts of brown rice are ok. If you look at the eating
    plan in the cookbook, you will see that each meal has a balance of protein,
    fat and carbohydrates with about 1/4 cup each of a protein source, 1/4 cup
    whole non-gluten grain or bean, 1/4 cup root vegetable and 1/4 cup each of
    5 different colored vegetables. These make a beautiful delicious, balanced
    meal. Of course, each person can adjust this eating plan to what works best
    for her body.

  6. Dr. Bessie Jo Tillman April 27, 2015 at 6:45 am - Reply

    @Cummnz You made a great observation! Mushrooms are not recommended for the
    Candida diet. I should have left them out. We found that potatoes are ok
    when they are eaten in small amounts, like 1/4 to 1/3 cup for the meal.
    Thanks for your great observation. Dr. Jo

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